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- Subject: IPv6 Confusion
- From: drc at virtualized.org (David Conrad)
- Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 15:20:39 -1000
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
- References: <[email protected]>
On Feb 17, 2009, at 1:55 PM, Mark Andrews wrote:
>> (which was never fully
>> thought out -- how does a autoconfig'd device get a DNS name
>> associated with their address in a DNSSEC-signed world again?) and
>> letting network operators use DHCP with IPv6 the way they do with
> David you know as well as I do that DNSSEC is a orthognal
> issue here.
My understanding, which may well be wrong, is that:
- stateless auto-configuration assumes the client will update the
address to name association once it has obtained the address.
- In order to do this, the DNS server needs to support Dynamic DNS.
- If DNSSEC is in use, it requires the use of on-line signing keys.
- Security folks get unhappy when you mention on-line signing keys.
- Don't have address to name associations
- Don't worry about (or accept lesser) security on address to name
Of course the DNSSEC bit is sort of moot, as I suspect there aren't a
whole lot of ISPs in a position to support dynamic updates from